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New play on the origins of Memorial Day produced by Bedstuy Baptists

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“Honorable Distinction” at Mount Pisgah Baptist Church

Memorial Day

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“Eagle” by Joe Hing Lowe

Memorial Day at a Dominican neighborhood in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

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Part 8 of A Journey through Williamsburg-Greenpoint religions.

Memorial Day, before dawn.

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Cypress Hills National Cemetery is the only United States National Cemetery in New York City.

Memorial Day

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Father Vincent Capodanno, who died in Vietnam Sept. 4,1967, was one of the “great priest chaplains,”

Mixing Muslim tradition with the American Dream in Jamaica, Queens

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What does the American Dream mean to the immigrant Muslims, who are arriving to New York City in ever greater numbers? On Memorial Day, Tayabali reflected on this question in a small hall on Springfield Boulevard in Jamaica, Queens. He and 200 other Shia Muslims were meeting to remember Syedna Qutubuddin Shaheed, who died a martyr in 1648 AD.

Video: Mixing Muslim tradition with freedom of religion in Jamaica, Queens

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Freedom of religion allows Shia Muslims in Jamaica, Queens to preserve their traditions.

Memorial Day in Brooklyn

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Memorial Day 2010

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